Indoor Activities for Kids: Homemade Lava Lamps. Vegetable oil, a about of the water bottle, then water. 10 drops of food coloring. Then take a alkaseltzer tab and break it into 4 pieces. Drop one in at a time and wait for each to dissove!
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Lava lamps - plastic bottle + vegetable oil (half fill the bottle) + water (fill the rest of the bottle + 10 drops food coloring + alka-seltzer (broken into pieces, placed 1 at a time into the bottle) = lava bottle
Use actual glow in the dark paint and not a temporary glowstick, and you should be able to recharge it and reuse it over and over again. Things Needed: Jar Glow in the Dark Paint Paintbrushes (preferably longer) Paper to put paint onto Sc.
Kids are natural explorers, they are constantly thirsty for knowledge and curiosity is their thing. It's really important to feed your child's need for answers and learning new things. As you know kids get bored very easily, so to teach them something, it
Really good for a PEOP lesson or a Science connection :) Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles! - Such a great craft to do with kids! Need: 1 Liter (or any size) bottle, regular water, cooking oil, food coloring, and Alka Seltzer.
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Such simple items can be transformed into a cool activity that blends both science and art. If you have an empty water bottle, water, vegetable oil and food coloring, you can make this fascinating kid's activity! As a bonus, it also teaches kids about liq
Salt Volcano: Pour several inches of water into a jar. Add about of vegetable oil. Drop in food coloring and observe what happens. Shake salt on top of the oil/water/food coloring mixture. Pour or sprinkle more salt, as desired.